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Planet Sick-Boy

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/10
I spent the bulk of the running time thinking of creative ways for the characters to be murdered.
Posted Feb 1, 2007
2
3/10
Cockamamie.
Posted Jan 25, 2007
3
8/10
A very unconventional way to tell a story we've seen about a million times, and for that (along with the lean 94-minute running time), I am thankful. Keep an eye on Moncrieff -- she's the real deal.
Posted Dec 21, 2006
4
7/10
A pair of crack performances.
Posted Dec 21, 2006
5
10/10
Alfonso Cuarón's incredibly bleak peek into the very near future is a huge success on both an emotional and technical level.
Posted Dec 21, 2006
6
7/10
Venus (2006)
In terms of showing viewers that the elderly still have something to offer the youth of today, Venus pummels Rocky Balboa into a bloody pulp.
Posted Dec 19, 2006
7
9/10
It's totally refreshing and, honestly, almost a little unnerving to see (a film) where the protagonists don't get to high-five each other before walking off into the sunset.
Posted Dec 19, 2006
8
5/10
Much like the 1971 Marshall team, this picture is long on heart and short on talent.
Posted Dec 19, 2006
9
6/10
A cinematic still-birth.
Posted Dec 19, 2006
10
3/10
Rocky Balboa (2006)
Sly Stallone writes, directs, produces, and stars -- a real quadruple threat, assuming you're talking about unintelligible, monotonous, pandering, and (presumably) incontinent.
Posted Dec 19, 2006
11
6/10
Soderbergh shoots the picture using only equipment and standards available in the mid-40s. If that's not the kind of thing that puts wind in your sail, then move along.
Posted Dec 14, 2006
12
7/10
Dreamgirls (2006)
Blandoncé Knowles.
Posted Dec 14, 2006
13
8/10
[Smith's] brash, over-the-top persona practically dissolves.
Posted Dec 14, 2006
14
7/10
This is Some Picture.
Posted Dec 14, 2006
15
6/10
Cinemaniacs with a palate sophisticated enough to tell a carat from a carrot will recognize the picture as over-produced, overly long, and potentially racist to boot.
Posted Dec 7, 2006
16
3/10
The Holiday (2006)
It's the equivalent of eating a Spam and ketchup sandwich while watching a Food Network special about the greatest chefs who ever donned an apron.
Posted Dec 7, 2006
17
8/10
Apocalypto (2006)
Beautiful and, at the same time, completely savage, and that's something you don't get too often at the holidays unless there's a new Rugrats movie in theatres.
Posted Dec 7, 2006
18
3/10
Inexorably tedious, and full of performances that are either absurdly malevolent in an over-the-top way (like Ciarán Hinds' King Herod) or completely wooden (like everybody else).
Posted Nov 30, 2006
19
7/10
There are a handful of really nice moments in Fiction, and almost none of them have to do with Helm's outrageous setup.
Posted Nov 9, 2006
20
This is a very dark, very pretty picture (photographed by Óttar Guðnason) that has little else to offer, and its ending, at least for my taste, was a little corny.
Posted Nov 4, 2006
21
4/10
It's more like Walking with Safety Scissors.
Posted Oct 26, 2006
22
7/10
The Prestige (2006)
A story about a third act that begins to come undone in its own third act.
Posted Oct 19, 2006
23
8/10
A very ambitious remake of a film that really needed an update with a big dose of style and accuracy.
Posted Oct 19, 2006
24
6/10
In terms of recent Pacific Theatre flicks, it ain't much better than John Woo's instantly forgettable Windtalkers, which is more than a little ironic since both pictures share the same vapid lead (Adam Beach).
Posted Oct 13, 2006
25
7/10
Forest Whitaker checks in with his most powerful performance since tackling Charlie Parker in Bird.
Posted Oct 13, 2006
26
2/10
Would make a terrific half-baked double bill with American Dreamz.
Posted Oct 13, 2006
27
9/10
The Departed (2006)
Martin Scorsese's triumphant return to modern day storytelling.
Posted Oct 13, 2006
28
8/10
The Queen (2006)
Mirren is spectacular, throwing down a whopper of a gauntlet for anyone who thinks they might have a chance at competing for an Oscar this year.
Posted Oct 13, 2006
29
8/10
There are a lot of blue state folks who are offended by Cohen's portrayal of Kazakhstan as a backwards country of idiots. Hopefully, Cohen will find a way to make fun of these fun-hating cretins in his next picture
Posted Sep 28, 2006
30
7/10
Gondry's effort here is much more reminiscent of his earlier music video work.
Posted Sep 28, 2006
31
2/10
Relentlessly unfunny; Cook and Simpson have a chemistry similar to the combination of bleach and ammonia.
Posted Sep 28, 2006
32
9/10
Flat-out the funniest film ever made.
Posted Sep 28, 2006
33
6/10
Open Season (2006)
I think this is the seventh animated film in a row that's about a bunch of animals on a death-defying journey from Point A to Point B.
Posted Sep 28, 2006
34
File this one under: Middling.
Posted Sep 23, 2006
35
4/10
Penn's over-the-top take on the character made me think of Jim Belushi impersonating Joe Cocker on Saturday Night Live.
Posted Sep 21, 2006
36
6/10
In terms of a farewell, statement, Li would have been better off calling it quits with last year's Unleashed.
Posted Sep 21, 2006
37
I keep waiting for the bottom to fall out of the Johnnie To Express, but his films just keep getting tauter, more economic, and flat-out better.
Posted Sep 16, 2006
38
Incredibly heart-wrenching, and full of some very, very strong performances
Posted Sep 16, 2006
39
Jindabyne (2006)
A 24-page short story stretched into a 123-minute film.
Posted Sep 16, 2006
40
Bobby (2006)
Cloying, but at other times, quite emotional, especially when Estevez draws less-than-subtle parallels between 1968 and 2006.
Posted Sep 16, 2006
41
Sarah Polley does well just to not let Her devolve into a Canadian version of The Notebook.
Posted Sep 16, 2006
42
Lake of Fire (2007)
Here's a fun game you can play: Try to guess the political stance of the interviewee before Kaye slams their name and affiliation. You'll be right way more often than you'll be wrong.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
43
I cared less and less with every passing minute.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
44
Lane isn't going to save the sorry state of the genre.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
45
It took me a while to move once Entering ended.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
46
The Silence (2006)
Nice, but nothing remarkable.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
47
Infamous (2006)
Toby Jones does a decent job as the famous writer, but offers little of the depth shown by Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
48
Absolutely hypnotizing.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
49
The breakthrough performance from Turgoose, though, is the real draw here.
Posted Sep 14, 2006
50
Reminded me a lot of Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind.
Posted Sep 14, 2006